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October 23, 1992 | DENNIS HUNT
Rachelle Ferrell, an extraordinary jazz/R&B singer who's been building a strong national following in the last few months, showed off her talents to an awe-struck Roxy audience on Wednesday. Essentially she's a jazz singer who incorporates elements of pop, R&B and gospel into her style, which falls somewhere between Al Jarreau and Anita Baker.
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April 4, 2010 | By Ellen Olivier
Some people nowadays have home theaters with TV screens, projectors and all sorts of high-tech accoutrements, but Rachelle and Scott Adler actually have a theater in their Los Angeles home — an appropriate setting for the March 27 fundraiser for the California International Theatre Festival. "I can't believe I'm on a stage," said Michele Lee, the Tony- and Emmy-nominated actress who sang for 50 festival supporters relaxing on the room's sofas. Lee will also be performing as part of the 10-day event, which will take place July 16 to 25 in Calabasas.
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January 25, 1996 | JOSEF WOODARD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Encino-based artist Rachelle Mark embarked on a journey to the Amazon, and, upon returning to the sanctum of the studio, attempted to come to grips with her impressions of that region. "Amazonia and Beyond," a large show of old and new works at the Orlando Gallery, reflects the struggle to traverse the realms of art and nature.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 9, 2009 | By Michael Rothfeld
The leader of the state Senate on Tuesday rejected a controversial appointee of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger who had been bidding for a second term on the commission that regulates state utilities. Aides to Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg (D-Sacramento) informed the governor's office that he would not hold a hearing to confirm Rachelle Chong. Chong, who has been severely criticized by consumer groups, was first appointed in 2006 and had been seeking a term that would have lasted through 2014.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 21, 1997 | JOSEF WOODARD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
When Encino-based artist Rachelle Mark showed her work at Orlando Gallery a year and a half ago, the subject was, strictly speaking, Amazonian. She created paintings inspired by a trip there, dense imagery that documented the natural power of the place while extracting useful metaphors from its depths. Her current show is less grounded in external wonder. It's more about introspective journeys, calling up issues of spirituality and personal nostalgia.
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April 4, 2010 | By Ellen Olivier
Some people nowadays have home theaters with TV screens, projectors and all sorts of high-tech accoutrements, but Rachelle and Scott Adler actually have a theater in their Los Angeles home — an appropriate setting for the March 27 fundraiser for the California International Theatre Festival. "I can't believe I'm on a stage," said Michele Lee, the Tony- and Emmy-nominated actress who sang for 50 festival supporters relaxing on the room's sofas. Lee will also be performing as part of the 10-day event, which will take place July 16 to 25 in Calabasas.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 21, 2006 | Jordan Rau, Times Staff Writer
A long-standing dispute about the telecommunication industry's influence over state regulation in Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's tenure has erupted into a pitched fight for a pivotal seat on the Public Utilities Commission. Several consumer groups are trying to derail the confirmation of Rachelle Chong, Schwarzenegger's latest nominee to the five-member commission.
NEWS
August 14, 2005 | Matt Volz, Associated Press Writer
Doc Waterman still heads for the garage when he wants a smoke. It's been nine months since his wife Lauri's death, but it's one of the little rules he abides by. Sort of a tribute to her as he tamps down his grief and stands by their teenage daughter -- who is accused of plotting to kill her. Carl "Doc" Waterman has done his best to get on with life since 16-year-old Rachelle Waterman was arrested last November with Brian Radel and Jason Arrant, both 25.
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July 18, 1991 | DUKE HELFAND, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
West Hollywood City Councilwoman Abbe Land successfully pushed for the removal Monday of a rent stabilization commissioner, touching off an angry reaction from residents who said the move was politically motivated. The council voted 4 to 1 to uphold Land's request to remove Commissioner Rachelle Sommers Smith, whom Land appointed in June, 1990. Councilman Sal Guarriello voted against the removal.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 9, 2009 | By Michael Rothfeld
The leader of the state Senate on Tuesday rejected a controversial appointee of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger who had been bidding for a second term on the commission that regulates state utilities. Aides to Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg (D-Sacramento) informed the governor's office that he would not hold a hearing to confirm Rachelle Chong. Chong, who has been severely criticized by consumer groups, was first appointed in 2006 and had been seeking a term that would have lasted through 2014.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 5, 2009 | Harriet Ryan
Rachelle Spector arrived for lunch at the Beverly Hills Hotel with one French-manicured hand gripping a hot pink BlackBerry. "I never know when he is going to be allowed to call," she said as she laid the mobile device carefully on a velvety banquette. "Whenever he calls, I answer." Ten miles east of the swank restaurant's cloth napkins and chopped salad, her husband, Phil Spector, the record producer and, as of six weeks ago, convicted murderer, was in L.A.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 21, 2006 | Jordan Rau, Times Staff Writer
A long-standing dispute about the telecommunication industry's influence over state regulation in Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's tenure has erupted into a pitched fight for a pivotal seat on the Public Utilities Commission. Several consumer groups are trying to derail the confirmation of Rachelle Chong, Schwarzenegger's latest nominee to the five-member commission.
NEWS
August 14, 2005 | Matt Volz, Associated Press Writer
Doc Waterman still heads for the garage when he wants a smoke. It's been nine months since his wife Lauri's death, but it's one of the little rules he abides by. Sort of a tribute to her as he tamps down his grief and stands by their teenage daughter -- who is accused of plotting to kill her. Carl "Doc" Waterman has done his best to get on with life since 16-year-old Rachelle Waterman was arrested last November with Brian Radel and Jason Arrant, both 25.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 21, 1997 | JOSEF WOODARD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
When Encino-based artist Rachelle Mark showed her work at Orlando Gallery a year and a half ago, the subject was, strictly speaking, Amazonian. She created paintings inspired by a trip there, dense imagery that documented the natural power of the place while extracting useful metaphors from its depths. Her current show is less grounded in external wonder. It's more about introspective journeys, calling up issues of spirituality and personal nostalgia.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 25, 1996 | JOSEF WOODARD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Encino-based artist Rachelle Mark embarked on a journey to the Amazon, and, upon returning to the sanctum of the studio, attempted to come to grips with her impressions of that region. "Amazonia and Beyond," a large show of old and new works at the Orlando Gallery, reflects the struggle to traverse the realms of art and nature.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 23, 1992 | DENNIS HUNT
Rachelle Ferrell, an extraordinary jazz/R&B singer who's been building a strong national following in the last few months, showed off her talents to an awe-struck Roxy audience on Wednesday. Essentially she's a jazz singer who incorporates elements of pop, R&B and gospel into her style, which falls somewhere between Al Jarreau and Anita Baker.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 5, 2009 | Harriet Ryan
Rachelle Spector arrived for lunch at the Beverly Hills Hotel with one French-manicured hand gripping a hot pink BlackBerry. "I never know when he is going to be allowed to call," she said as she laid the mobile device carefully on a velvety banquette. "Whenever he calls, I answer." Ten miles east of the swank restaurant's cloth napkins and chopped salad, her husband, Phil Spector, the record producer and, as of six weeks ago, convicted murderer, was in L.A.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 21, 1992
Why buy a car from GM, Chrysler or Ford? They're not hurting enough if they can afford to pay their presidents $3-million salaries! RACHELLE MOYAL PUSEY, Los Angeles
NEWS
July 18, 1991 | DUKE HELFAND, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
West Hollywood City Councilwoman Abbe Land successfully pushed for the removal Monday of a rent stabilization commissioner, touching off an angry reaction from residents who said the move was politically motivated. The council voted 4 to 1 to uphold Land's request to remove Commissioner Rachelle Sommers Smith, whom Land appointed in June, 1990. Councilman Sal Guarriello voted against the removal.
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